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Marriage – The Second Time Around

By Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy Ah marriage! It’s what many of us expected to take part in when we were younger. That’s what you did – you fell in love, got married, had a family and then grew old together. Unfortunately the best laid plans don’t always play out the...

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Make Sure You Have A Will – If Not For You, For Your Family

Benjamin Franklin once said “In this world nothing can said to be certain, except death and taxes.” So, given the certainty of these two situations you would think that putting a will in place would be a natural practice for everyone. Unfortunately, this is not the case.

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3 Key Ways to Counteract Ageism In Your Job Search

By Mary Eileen Williams If you are a jobseeker over 50 you are likely to be feeling frustrated by the lack of opportunities in the market that are open to you. There is little doubt that age bias is out there. In fact, many younger employers hold three main...

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The Retirement Discussion Dilemma

By Susan Williams You are thinking about retirement and would like to transition into it. Maybe working part time to start would be great. Or even just having some more flexibility in your hours would be a bonus. Your employer realizes that you’re getting close to retirement and would...

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Thoughts and Observations From Two Conferences on Aging

By Susan Williams Last week I had the opportunity to attend two conferences on aging; Aging 2.0’s – Brain Health Forum and the International Federation of Ageing’s (IFA) International Conference of Aging. Here are a few of the highlights of what I learned and observed.

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Steps To Take Today For a Financially Healthy Tomorrow

By Anne Arbour Are you counting down the years, months and even days to your retirement? Being aware of your current day-to-day money practices will help ensure a financially healthy tomorrow. Here’s how you can do this.

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